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So I'm having a hard time finding info on the L- N Cockpit instrument's and I don't want to just use the E pit for them. Sooo who wants a -K-15 CU (long tail), It can use the E pit?

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I do. No problem with that! The N needs a new one, once the canopy structure is very diferent. :salute:

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Most definately want the K.

Hello,

 

Why do you like this K variant?

 

I don't know very well the P-40 family!

 

Best regards,

 

Coupi.

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The RAF never received (unconfirmed) the - F, But they used the -k,-L, -M? , -N and I just put the E nose on the F and made the K in 10 min.:)

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Weren't the K's P-40E's with higher rated Allisons and dorsal fins added?

Yes, the K-1 and -5 block' but the -10 and -15 block production used the long tail.

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Perfect!! Just what I needed

Thanks

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Otto, dude! you totally ROCK!!

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Hello,

 

Why do you like this K variant?

 

I don't know very well the P-40 family!

 

Best regards,

 

Coupi.

Because, once upon a time it was a plane that fired a young boy's imagination, Coupi, and led him on a journey of study and discovery that would end up here at CombatAce.  

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